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"Each of the 14 chapters addresses doping regulation from a legal perspective such as tort, corporate governance, employment law, human rights law, or a scientific area. Legal areas are generally considered from an international and not national perspective. Issues including fairness, logic and the likelihood of compliance are explored. It is vital reading for anyone interested in the law, regulation and governance of sport."
Call Number: KF3989 .W66 2010 SAU Library Second Floor
Publication Date: 2010
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.--In this thoroughly revised Fourth Edition, Glenn Wong provides a comprehensive review of the various sports law issues facing professional, intercollegiate, Olympic, high school, youth, and adult recreational sports. Major topics include drug testing and many more.
CHAPTER 29—INTERNATIONAL SPORTS DOPING
2402.Major international doping fraud conspiracies.
2403.Criminal penalties and statute of limitations.
2404.Coordination and sharing of information with USADA.
Full-text of a bill in the U.S. Congress. To impose criminal sanctions on certain persons involved in international doping fraud conspiracies, to provide restitution for victims of such conspiracies, and to require sharing of information with the United States Anti-Doping Agency to assist its fight against doping, and for other purposes.
IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES
January 29, 2019
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